Author Archives: Andreas Meissner

INL(er) Core Competencies

By | February 14, 2019

At the end of 2018 we have been running a survey and three collaborative evaluation sessions on how to develop INL further into a Learning Organisation. One of the lessons learnt from these activities was that there is a set of Core Competencies that we need to agree on and work out Moreover, during these… Read More »

One week to go until the start of the first edition of our course on how to Tackle Wicked Problems!

By | February 8, 2019

We are one week away from the start of the first edition of our course on how to Tackle Wicked Problems– or how to nail jelly to the wall!, which is the first course in a forthcoming Science Meets Business – Advanced Training Series. The course will apply science-driven and research-based methods, or to be… Read More »

Tackling Wicked Problems – or how to nail jelly to the wall!

By | January 21, 2019

Tackling Wicked Problems – or how to nail jelly to the wall! Science Meets Business –Advanced Training Series Course Duration: 8 Weeks | Start date: 15 February 2019 | Available places: 16 Learning Outcomes | Participants in this eight-weeks course will realize significant advancements on tackling workplace-based problems / issues that they are currently experiencing,… Read More »

Lessons from the Problematizing session

By | December 12, 2018

On Tuesday 11 December 2018our Alar Ainla and Diego Colombara have been running a knowledge@INL Session on “Problematizing, or why one should bother about your work”. The purpose of this session was to share experiences on how you might be expressing yourself and explaining why one should bother about your work. The talks of Diego and… Read More »

Problematizing, or why one should bother about your work!

By | November 30, 2018

knowledge@INL Problematizing, or why one should bother about your work! Tuesday 11 December 2018, 16.00 at the Vision Room | knowledge sharing & networking session Session chairs: Alar Ainla, Diego Colombara & Andreas Meissner About the session theme Expressing yourself and explaining why one should bother about your work is not a natural ability. Perhaps… Read More »

International Mentoring Program kicks-off with INL on Board

By | November 29, 2018

On 17 November 2018 the 2018/2019 edition of the IMFAHE International Mentoring Program  has been kicking off with an interactive videoconferencing session held at Harvard. Despite INL´s late entry in this program we still managed to arrange 5 mentors for participants from INL in the 2018/2019 edition, which are Joana Carvalho, Monisha Elumalai, Rosana Alves,… Read More »

Survey Part 3. “Preparing for Scalable Learning” – session outcomes

By | November 28, 2018

Survey: INL – The Learning Organisation Part 1. Value PropositionSurvey Question: What do you see as INL’s exact value proposition(s) so to stand out in comparison to others? Part 2. Enabling Conditions Survey Question: What are the barriers and enablers for the above conditions to come in place? Part 3. Means of getting there Question… Read More »

Survey Part 3. “Preparing for Scalable Learning” – Responses

By | November 6, 2018

Survey: INL – The Learning Organisation Part 1. Value PropositionSurvey Question: What do you see as INL’s exact value proposition(s) so to stand out in comparison to others? Part 2. Enabling Conditions Survey Question: What are the barriers and enablers for the above conditions to come in place? Part 3. Means of getting there Question… Read More »

Survey Part 2. “Enabling Conditions” – current barriers and areas with development potential

By | November 5, 2018

Survey: INL – The Learning Organisation Part 1. Value PropositionSurvey Question: What do you see as INL’s exact value proposition(s) so to stand out in comparison to others? Part 2. Enabling Conditions Survey Question: What are the barriers and enablers for the above conditions to come in place? Part 3. Means of getting there Question… Read More »